Previse joins Tech Nation’s Upscale

Previse has been included in Tech Nation’s Upscale programme which powers some of the fastest growing tech companies in the country.

This year there was a record number of applicants and we are one of 30 companies selected by a panel of judges to represent the UK’s leading tech talent with high growth potential.

The Upscale programme is designed to help tech companies with scaling rapidly, from hiring staff and international expansion to maintaining company culture. It focuses on peer-to-peer learning and participants gain invaluable knowledge on the pressing issues founders face.

Lasting six months, Upscale provides world-class advice and mentorship, from some of the UK’s most successful tech entrepreneurs and investors. They include: Niklas Zennstrom (CEO, Atomico/Founder, Skype); Saul Klein (Co-founder, LocalGlobe), Jess Butcher (Co-founder, Blippar) and Lesley Eccles (Co-founder, FanDuel).

Alumni from previous years, such as Monzo, Clearscore and Seedrs have gone on to become digital household names.

It’s great for us to be recognised as one of the UK’s fastest growing tech companies and being part of Upscale will no doubt help us continue our rapid expansion.

Previse co-founder and CEO, Paul Christensen said:

Other companies involved in this year’s cohort include: Airsorted, Apperio, Automata, BookingLive Software Ltd, Cleo AI, Doctify, Fertility Focus, Fluidly, Funding Options, FUTRLI, Healthera Ltd, Hubble, Immersive Labs, LendingCrowd, MoveGB, OLIO Exchange Limited, Open Cosmos, OpenRent, Oxehealth, Patch Gardens Ltd, Koru Kids, Shepper, Sweatcoin, Tessian, The Accountancy Cloud, The Plum Guide, Voxpopme, Wazoku Ltd and WeFarm.

We look forward to meeting and sharing our experiences with the rest of this year’s cohort and learning from best in class mentors as we continue our mission to get suppliers paid instantly.

Previse co-founder and CEO, Paul Christensen said:

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